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Over the past few months, we’ve seen intense focus on the so-called “Magnificent 7” stocks. Indeed, this select group of high-flyers has been in focus for good reason. Their meteoric rises seem to know no bounds. However, not all Magnificent 7 stocks are created equal. While some may slump back to valuation multiples near their
The phrase “value tech stocks” almost seems like an oxymoron—value stocks tend to be stable, mature and slow to grow. On the flip side, even the largest tech stocks like Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) tend to focus on growth at all costs while trading at higher multiples than typically seen in value stocks. Even tech stocks offering
Historically, Warren Buffett has focused on high-performance, well-established American banking, insurance and staples stocks. Often buying names that pay investors significant dividends. In recent years, however, he has become more diversified, buying shares of some tech stocks and a number of developing-market plays. As an investor who believes that buying growth stocks, overseas equities and
There are three tech stocks to sell for February. These companies are in the process of a slow decline via slowing fundamentals and weak business models that are not conducive to the long-term gains that investors hope for. Given the rising S&P 500 and Nasdaq indices, which generally signal robust market conditions, investors might expect
Battery stocks fuel the green tech revolution, heralding an investment gold rush. They serve as the energy backbone for everything from vehicles to homes and offices while playing a critical in advancing the fast-growing electric vehicle (EV) sector. Consequently, battery technology has become a crucial element in modern investment strategy, positioning itself as a critical